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THE SENIOR CLASS 

of 
NEWTON COLLEGE of the SACRED HEART 



presents 



THE WELL, 1961 




DEDICATION 

We Seniors dedicate our yearbook, The Well 

to our parents 

in gratitude for 
the depth of love they have shown us, 

the height of their ideals which we have tried to reach, and 
the breadth of their understanding which we constantly realize. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



DEDICATION 



THE ARTISTS: FACULTY 
Student Government 
Social Committee 



THE INTELLECTUAL LIFE 
Clubs 



50 THE SPIRITUAL LIFE 

54 Children of Mary 





62 THE SOCIAL LIFE 

76 Heads of Houses 

92 Athletics 




114 THE CLASS OF 1961 




166 DIRECTORIES 



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MOTHER QUINLAN 

Dean of Studies 



As the first class to take the Study of Western Culture, which 
Mother Quinlan introduced, we like to feel that we too had a hand in 
its initiation. 

For we were the first who smiled brave, wan smiles and ac- 
cepted the sympathy of the other classes. We were the first to demon- 
strate the benefits of the program by making a markedly improved 
showing in the regional exams. And, we add modestly, we were the 
first to call the new course "SWC." 

But Mother Quinlan was the one who made the SWC idea a reality, 
who saw to its general plan and its tiniest details, who varied lectures 
and lecturers to make SWC as interesting as possible for us, and who 
gave us the encouragement we needed in quiet talks now and then. 

We are very grateful, Mother Quinlan. 




MOTHER HUSSON 

President of the College 




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We have chosen to see ourselves here, not as painting, not as 
fresco or sketching, but as sculpture, a three-dimensional form of art. 
For we may call ourselves potential works of art: we are being molded to 
a beautiful design in the Eternal Artist's mind. We may also be said to 
have three dimensions, and at Newton these three are developed in us 
with proper proportion: we are given height in our intellectual life, 
depth in our spiritual life, and breadth in our social life. 

This is why we came — to become, not one — or two — dimensional 
forms, but complete women— educated, Christian, outgoing. Because we 
are Catholic, the dimension of depth is the most important. At Newton 
our religion gives meaning to the other dimensions of college life; we 
worship God, but we learn also to know Him in the things we study and 
to find Him in the people we meet. 

Our young minds are precious media, we are told, and so we have 
entrusted them to artists in a studio chosen with care. Newton and her 
faculty are well-equipped to help cast the design of the Master Artist. 
They know that the medium of a mind is not a passive one and must be 
allowed to help form itself. They know, too, that this formation cannot 
be completed in four short college years, and they inspire us to continue 
the molding process for the rest of our lives. 

When does this process end for us? When will the Master's design 
be achieved? Ours is an eternal Master Artist, and His plans for us will 
not be complete until we are with Him in eternity. 



FACULTY-. THE ARTISTS 




Above: Athos, the gallant, and good hearted Porthos listen to Aremis - the schemer. 
Left to right - Mr. Conway, of the History Department, Dr. Fitzgibbon and Mr. Curran 
of the Philosophy Department. 



No Apple for the teacher? gy^ ■ / 





Copy, cameras, publicity, pictures, deadlines, the press. ..Miss Murray. 




Dr. Zephir, French Professor at the door of the Faculty 
Lounge. 



"No, Quixote did not come from 
Acapulco." Madre Torres of the 
Spanish Department. 




"Actually Sanskrit isn't 
too different once you get 
into it."' Mr. Godfrey and 
Mr. Carello, instructors in 
Classic and Modern 
Languages. 





"What Balalaika? Mrs. Kean, of the Russian 
Department. 

French comes . . . petit a petit. 
Mr. Wyeth of the French Department. 



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a^i* Mother Santen, Dean of 
Admissions 



'To produce a mighty book, you must choose a mighty 
theme." Moby Dick, Ch. 104 

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The Law and the Profits, and the prophet. 
Dr. Nemethy, Economics professor. 



Mother Putnam and Mr. Marcus of the Art 
Department discuss plans for the next art 
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Mr. Schwartz of the mathematics department 
arrives for class. 





Mother Gorman of the psychology department. 



"And how was your day?" 

Mr. Wholey of the mathematics department and 

Dr. Powell of the sociology department. 




"Do you think it's Pennicilium Notatum or Aspergilles Niger?" 

Mother Cunningham of the Biology Department and Dr. Naves, chemistry 

professor. 

"Now this may be a complicated experiment." 

Mr. Pinciaro of chemistry department, Mrs. O'Brien and Mrs. Frawley of the 

biology department. 






Mother McMullen, of the Political 
Science Department. 



Two real Historians and An Age of Fiction. 
Dr. Kerekes and Dr. McGovern 



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For giving a record number of SWC lectures, Dr. Gleiman of the History Department 
has been dubbed "Dr. SWC". Here he is shown behind the lectern, using the Vu-graph 
to illustrate his talk for the freshman. 



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Margo Dineen conducts a 
Thursday afternoon student 
government meeting as the 
student body watches, at- 
tentively pensive. 




Alo Coleman, parliamentarian; Brigid 
O'Sullivan, vice-president; and Joan Barry, 
day-hop representative. 





Joyce Murray, secretary of student govern- 
ment, and Mary Loretto Dillon, treasurer, get 
together to type a report. 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

Student Government helps mold our ideals: 



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SOCIAL COMMITTEE 

Social Committee helps polish the planes and 
surfaces: 



Above: A mixer? A dance? or social cen- 
sures? Kathy O'Shea, Alice Coughlin, Joan 
Barry, Ann Sinnott, Sue Wall, Mary Lou 
Cunningham and Pat O'Connor are shown 
making plans. 



Left; a friendly smile and a welcoming hand, 
symbols of the spirit of Social Committee 
and its chairman, Nancy McAuliffe. 




Invitations to those who 
make college life gayer 
are addressed by Julie 
Halleran, Ann O'Connor 
and Penny Whelan. 




CLASS OFFICERS 



The class officers at Newton 
open the door to self-govern- 
ment, better student -faculty 
relations, and high standards 
of behavior. 



Upper left: Sophomore class 
officers: Mary Pierce Connor, 
vice president; Maureen Meehan, 
president; Kathy O'Shea, sec- 
retary and Kathy McHale, 
treasurer. 

Lower left; Freshman class 
officers: Carolyn Davis, presi- 
dent; Janet Reagan, treasurer, 
Deanna Zugger, vice president; 
and Mary Lou Cunningham, 
secretary. 





Left: Junior class officers: Judy Davin, 
vice president; Barbara Fortunato, treasurer; 
Penny Whelan, secretary; and Joanne Meehan, 
president. 

Left: Senior class officers: Mary Beth Rice, 
treasurer; Pat O'Conor, secretary; Brigid 
O'Sullivan, president; and Joan Merrick, vice 
president. 



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THE INTELLECTUAL DIMENSION 



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INTELLECTUAL LIFE 




Our studies at Newton add 
the dimension of height. Here, 
we are high in our aspirations, 
no longer content to have passive, 
goal-less, "high school" minds, 
but striving always for the dis- 
cipline and direction which a 
college education can give. 
Here, our interest in our world 
is heightened: we find that, 
through the study of their his- 
tories and philosophies, many 
things which never interested us 
before begin to really "matter" 
to us. And here, our standards 
are high; we realize that we need 
to know "a little about a lot of 
things," but that we must also 
know one thing well. 

How does Newton develop 
the intellectual dimension in us? 
She gives us a faculty adept at 
working with our young and some- 
what plastic personalities. She 
gives us modern laboratories and 
classrooms, a sunny art studio, 
and piano practice rooms, and a 
well-equipped library with quiet 
corners in which to study. Her 
doors are open to guest lecturers 
and debaters, and her bulletin 
boards bristle with notices of 
student enterprises: panel dis- 
cussions, debates, club meetings. 
She obtains for us special art 
displays and tape recordings, 
and she sends us out on field 
trips to learn by doing as well. 
Finally, Newton helps our intel- 
lects attain the intellectual 
heights we strive for by supplying 
the study atmosphere we need - 
by putting us in a "learning 
mood." 



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Above: All paths lead to Stuart House, center of scholastic life 
at Newton. Here are classrooms, laboratories, offices, assembly 
hall, dining room, and a top floor dormitory. 



Right: Sophomores at a SWC lec- 
ture listening hard, making notes, 
thinking it over. 




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The Preliminary Sketch: 

Left: Miss Norton, Registrar, is the one to 
see when baffled by the big black schedule I 
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Right and below: Freshmen spend a lot of 
time in the general office during Orientation 
Week, talking over their electives and trying 
to catch a glimpse of their friends' schedule 
cards to see how they're filling them out. 






Left: Jane Graham buys her first 
volume of the Summa in the bookstore 
under the guidance of Mother Cunning- 
ham who supplies us with the big and 
little things we need. 



Left: Kathy Jacobi and Carol Single- 
ton, delegates to the National Federa- 
tion of Catholic College Students, 
posting a notice. 




Left: Mary Loretto Dillon collects 
the "blanket tax." This covers the 
many extra-curricular interests which 
add to the intellectual life at Newton. 



Left: Blanket tax and schedules 
planned, Sheila Powers and Tracy 
Mullee decide the activities which 
will round out their studies. Debating? 
Athletics? Dramatics? 




The artist in his studio: 

Above: In among the bottles and burners, Mr. Pinciaro moves from project 
to project, helping the chemists in the new laboratory. 



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The Intellectual dimension: juniors 
at "The Heights" for a physics course. 




Mother Cunningham supervises a 
senior biology experiment. 




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Above: The art studio is in Duchesne House 

Far left: Sheila Lynch finishes a still life of some very palette-able looking fruit. 

Above, Right: Katie Nolan pauses to get perspective. 

Left: The molding process: Sandy Irwin at the potter's wheel. 



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NATIONAL STUDENTS ASSOCIATION 







DEBATING CLUB 





SCIENCE CLUB 
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 





Right: Mary Jo Ouelette listens to tape 
recordings to perfect I'accent. 

Above: Madras and meerschaum: Mig 
Boyle and Dr. Gleiman get together to 
plan a paper. 

Left: Educational Psychology class: 
the teachers are taught. 




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Left: Today's topic: Tension. Sister 
Marie Suzanne gets attention. 



elow: Dr. Marsh discusses lesson 
plans with education majors Francine 
Calarese and Mary Bobay. 



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The senior thesis: Dorothy Couig, a biology major, dons the white 
coat and spends many long hours over a hot burner to work on hers. She 
is writing her paper on the reaction of paramecium to different degrees of 
heat. 



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One of the artists main tools. 

This is the library, storehouse of 
food for thought. On the sunporch 
or in the stacks, Mother Coleman and 
her assistants are always ready to 
offer aid to those who ask it. 




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WHEAT AND COCKLE' 



The editors of "Wheat and Cockle", 
official publication of the Literary 
Club, pause on a stairway in Stuart. 
They are Bobbi Schroetter, Kathy 
Jacobi, Nancy Crowell, Judy Piz- 
zarello and Marie Sturges (editor). 



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ROMANCE 
LANGUAGE CLUB 



Josephina San Miguel demonstrates 
the art of the "ole!" 



"885" 

Headlines and deadlines - the news- 
paper staff hard at work: Kay Kear- 
ney, Julie Halleran, Kathy O'Shea, 
Anita Hennessey (editor), Mary 
Ellen McShane, Bobbi Schroetter 
(junior editor), and Elaine Flaherty. 





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Left: Advisor to the President, liberal Arthur Schlesinger met with William 
Buckley, conservative editor of "The National Review" in a debate at Newton 
in January. Shown with the moderator, Thomas Mahoney of M.I.T., they dis- 
cussed the topic, "Freedom and the Welfare State," before a crowd of 1200. 

Above: After his lecture on Rouault, Mr. J. B. Neumann chats with Mother 
Putnam arid the officers of the Art Club, Judy Brill, Judy Thompson (president), 
Beth Tierney, and Mary Bobay (vice president). 



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Above: Marlia Mundell, with paintbox and 
paper, sets out for an afternoon of sketching. 



Right: Seniors, Sister Concetta Dalton, 
Sister Shawnleen Kennedy, and Sister Mary 
de Lourdes of the Marist Sisters in Framing- 
ham come up the steps of Stuart for their 
nine o'clock class. 





The end of the day, but not of work: 

Kay Bryant and Maureen Hannan return to the dorm to study- on a path paved 

with good intentions. 



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THE SPIRITUAL DIMENSION 



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Although the world sometimes makes 
it easy for us to forget our religion, we are 
Catholic young women, and this fact makes 
all the difference. For us, the dimension 
of depth, given us by the spiritual life, is 
the most important, and we have come to a 
college which knows the value of this di- 
mension. Our studies and social life here 
may benefit our minds and personalities, 
but we would be shallow, purposeless 
people, just barely scratching the surface 
of life, if we neglected the development of 
our souls. 

One might say that Newton makes it 
easy to do the difficult thing. She makes 
it easy for us to get to Mass each day if we 
wish. She makes it easier to explain our 
religion, if we are called to do so, by ex- 
plaining it to us in her theology courses. 
And she enables us to give of ourselves - 
to the missions, to the hospitals and child 
centers nearby — in organized, positive 
action. In a word, she gives us every op- 
portunity to deepen in the Faith. And as 
in sculpture, depth is the dimension which 
makes the others "come to life," so at 
Newton, it is the spiritual life which gives 
meaning to our social and scholastic pur- 
suits. 



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These two volumes of the Summa Theologica of Saint 
Thomas Aquinas take us through our four years at 
Newton, deepening our appreciation of the faith. 




Barat House was the core of the early Newton campus and today it is the core of 
our spiritual life, for our chapel is here. 







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Children of Mary 

Mary Jane Becherer 
Mary Bobay 
Nancy Campanella 
Gail Capon 
Carol Carson 
Karen de Cavalcane 
Martha Clancy 
Alice Marie Coleman 
Mary Jane Conner 
Mary Corbett 
Dorothy Couig 
Dorothy Daly 
Carolyn Davis 
Margo Dineen 
Gretchen Eben 
Nancy Edmondson 
Ann Ferrone 
Margaret Finegan 
Nancy Gain 
Ann Gardenier 
Linda Gray 
Kathy Hall 
Zita Hall 
Julie Halleran 
Betty Hitchens 
Mimi Kelly 
Eleanor Maher 
Joanne Meehan 
Josephina San Miguel 
Barbara Monzinno 
Benadette Moore 
Dale Mullarky 
Marlia Mundell 
Joyce Murray 
Genia McCarthy 
Julie McGraw 
Mary Ann McGeough 
Mary Alice McLaughlin 
Mary Nolan 
Nancy O'Neill 
Kathleen O'Shea 
Martha Pallota 
Patricia Rice 
Marjorie Rieley 
Karen Schaumber 
Ann Thomason 
Patricia Trifari 
Susan Vinnicombe 
Geraldine Wang 
Susan Wall 
Mary Walsh 
Penny Whelan 





Above: Kathie O'Shea, Carol Carson, 
Barbara Mozzino, and Betty Hitchens 
choose books for spiritual reading. 

Left: Gail Capon and Nancy Gain 
speak with Mother Husson and Mary 
Nolan, president of the Children of 
Mary, about sodality activities. 



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Members of the Catholic Action Club are positive thinkers who see where help is needed 
and give it when they can. 

Above: Julie McGraw teaches the fine art of paper cutouts to the children at Newton 
Community Center. 

Below: Carol Carson and friends exercise their culinary talents. 

Above right: Judy Davin and her art students explore the medium of clay. 

Lower right: Even on campus, the apostolic-minded put their hands to work making 
clothes and bandages for the missions. 





Above: Father Harrington chats with a 
group of Socialists. 



Right: Father Dominic Rover O.P. delivers 
our Aquinas Lecture. 






Above: After the Sociality Workshop . . . Some serious discussion. 



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In a college as ideally and 
strategically located as Newton, 
the dimension of breadth is per- 
haps the most easily developed. 
We are twenty cents away by sub- 
way and twenty minutes away by 
car from one of the cultural centers 
of America. Boston's lecture and 
concert halls, theatres and mu- 
seums invite us to widen our in- 
terests and broaden our views - 
often at student rates of admission. 
In on-campus activities, too, we 
can try our hand at painting, sing- 
ing, debating, acting, and, if we 
like, at envelope-addressing, punch- 
pouring, and crepe-paper-hanging. 
Working together on these projects, 
we cannot help widening our circle 
of friends. And we are not over 
depressed by the number of men's 
colleges nearby; boys can also be 
very broadening. 

This wide range of opportunity 
is sometimes overwhelming, and it 
is a lesson in maturity to partici- 
pate in extra-curricular activity 
and still cultivate the homely vir- 
tue of Putting First Things First. 



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Ellen Mahony and Nancy O'Neill 

The return to college in September inspires mixed emotions. 




Betsy Baldwin 

Gay Telerico 

and Bobbie Thompson 






Upper left: Senior Ellen Mahoney and 
Nancy O'Neill return to familiar sur- 
roundings, arms loaded. 

Lower left: A junior, Betsy Baldwin, 
ushers two freshmen, Gay Telerico, 
and Bobbi Thompson through Newton's 
open doors. 

Right: Marge Carroll, class of '61, 
smiles a welcome to those who are ar- 
riving for the first time. 

Below: Freshmen Jane Lenzini, Claire 
Biggam, and Nancy Beak look a little 
surprised about the bill from Railway 
Express. 




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Upper left: An autumn afternoon calls the seniors to Weeks Bridge on the 
Charles for a little fresh air and relaxation. 

Lower left: "Five Elsie's Special Roast Beef Sandwiches, please." 

Above: Seniors meet at the Lampoon building in Harvard Square. An un- 
known reader in the background never looks up from her ' "Lampoon." 



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Above: Freshmen take a trip to Haymarket Square and the famous Durgin Park restaurant. 

Above right: Even if you're carrying only soap and toothpaste, it's always nice to be 
offered a ride home from the Centre by a friend with a car. 

Lower right: Sophomore cyclers come puffing up the Duchesne hill. 



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Above: Freshman digging the rigging 
of Old Ironsides. 

Left: No boola boolas at Tulla's, 
a coffee house in Harvard Square. 




Left: It's September, and registra- 
tion time again on the campus. Three 
old hands come up to Stuart to per- 
form the chore. 

Below: Getting perspective; sopho- 
more people-watchers in front of 
Cushing House. 

Right: Mary Hallissey and Maura 
O'Neill went, suited, to a tea. 

Below, right: Carol Singleton and 
Julie Fenlon paused, chattily, in 
front of the flowers. 



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THE HEAD OF THE HOUSE 

Left, above: Bobbi Thole, 

Duchesne West 
Left, below: Linda Grey 

Stuart House 
Below: Ellen Mahoney 

Duchesne East 
Right, above: Karen Schaumber 

Cushing House 
Right, below: Gretchen Eben 

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Left, above: "And away to the window they 
flew like a flash," to hear the seniors carol 
at Christmas time. 




Left, below: House mothers Mrs. Hurley, 
Mrs. Gilman, Mrs. O'Connor, and Mrs. Coyne 
"did sometimes counsel take— and some- 
times tea." 



Right, above: Moving in, a Freshman finds it 
takes a heap o'heapin' to make Stuart House 
a home. 

Right, below: Next week we've got to get 
organized — Ruth Craddock and Betsey 



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Above: Miss Hurley: "Seated one day ar 
the Switchboard..." 



Above: Mrs. Townsend keeps plugging for 
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Above: Stowe-aways are off 
for a ski-weekend. 

Right: A cast-away - back for 
the semester. 



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Left, above: Seniors carol by 
candlelight. 

Left, below: Others visit the 
creche on Boston Common. 




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Above: Winter has its advantages too. 

Left: Jean Walsh, Maryelene Ryan, Holly 
Hicok and Sue Schulte think there's noplace 
like home for the holidays. 




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Above: "Beatniks" give the beat to Duchesne's "Halloween in Greenwich Village." 



Right, above: THE GLEE CLUB in their basic blacks. Officers, row 1: Marty Pallota, Faith 
Mead, president, Nancy Crowell, Julie Mcgraw. 

Right, below: THE NEWTONES: Counterpoint, cummerbunds, camaraderie. 



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'And then you say . . ." 



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INTEREST CLUB 




The Interest Committee gathers 
around its bulletin board - the one 
that keeps us informed of happenings 
in the Hub. 




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Above: Bell, Book and Whistle: 
Miss Bell takes attendance in gym 
class. 

Athletic Association heads in a 
huddle: Kate Nugent, Carol Donovan , 
Mary Corbett, Kathy Hafey, president. 




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Newton stops the Brandeis forwards. 



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Left: Molly Conley and a loyal fan. 

Below: "So what are you wearing 
tonight?" 




Newton gets the jump on Brandeis. 




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Education majors in a round table discussion. 



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After dinner: the seniors have that 
second cup of tea. 



A "cig" in the snack bar — an old senior tradition. 




DOUBLE 
EXPOSURES 




Left: "Sometimes I just 
get beside myself." 
The Aldrich twins. 



"Actually we're very 
different. She carries 
her purse in her left 
hand. The Palladino 
twins. 




Above: Seniors Faith Quinlan, Ann Thoma- 
son, Mary Walsh, Julie Fazakerly: Thesis 
all in time to relax. 

Right: Fourth for bridge? Mary Corbett, 
Ruth Craddock, Patty Sullivan. 




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Left: Mary Sue Flanagan 
at the reception desk with 
her favorite customer. "Is 
this your first college week- 
end, Dad?" 



Below: Margo Dineen, 

voted the outstanding 
senior, receives the 
Fathers' Club award from 
president John McAuliffe 
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beads. 




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Above: Monsignor Furlong gave a short address to the fathers and daughters 
after dinner. 



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Below: Daddies, daughters, and a delightful dinner. 




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Left: Kathy Mahoney demon- 
strates for two freshmen the 
details of signing out. 




Left: I'd like you to meet. 



Below: No, thank you, we don't care to have our 
pictures taken. 




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JUNIOR WEEKEND 




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Party - goers come in out of Eskimo weather, are greeted by a South Sea-Islander. 



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The International set: Fatima and Farouk, are Judy Davin, head of Junior Weekend, and 
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Jerry Wang and her date cut an Oriental rug. 



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"Don't forget the breadcrumbs, Gretel. 



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Dale Mullarkey, Ann Ferrone, and friends dance past the flower gazebo which highlighted 
the decorations at the Versailles Ball. 



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Well-wishers Ann Kennedy, Marie Aubois and their escorts cross their fingers and toss a 
coin. 




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THE THREE DIMENSIONAL 



FORM 






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We seniors will graduate this June, then, more "three-dimensional" women 
than we were when we came to Newton four Septembers ago. But we are not the 
finished product, not the completed sculpture ready for a pedestal. Our intellectual, 
social and spiritual dimensions will continue to develop. We will strive for greater 
clarity of design, for a finer polish, and for the spiritual quality found only in 
great works of art. 



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Margaret Elizabeth Dineen E. de M. 
Garden City, New York 
Major: Sociology 

President of Student Government 



Nancy Swan McAulijje 

Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 
Major: English 

Chairman of Social Committee 




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Susan Ahem 

Dobbs Ferry, New York 

Major: Sociology 



Joan Barry 

Newtonville, Massachusetts 
Major: Education 




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Margaret Elizabeth Blanchard 

Newton, Massachusetts 
Major: Philosophy 



Ann Margaret Boiler 

Norwich, Connecticut 
Major: Education 




119 




Ann Margaret Boyle 

Oil City, Pennsylvania 
Major: Art History 



Mar got Mary Bruguiere 

Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts 
Major: Education 




120 




Nancy R. Campanella, E. de M. 

Providence, Rhode Island 
Major: French 



Margaret Carroll 

Riverdale, New York 

Major: Sociology 




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Catherine Joan Chester 

Grosse Point, Michigan 
Major: Education 



Martha Helen Clancy, E. de M. 
New York, New York 
Major: Education 




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Alice Marie Coleman, E. de M. 

Newton Centre, Massachusetts 
Major: Sociology 



Dorothy Mary Couig E. de M. 

Scarsdale, New York 
Major: Biology 




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Mother M. Currie, R. S.C.J. 

Montreal, P.Q., Canada 
Major: Education 



Sister M. Concetta Dalton, s.m.s.m. 

Framingham Centre, Massachusetts 
Major: Education 




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Antoinette Dauch 

Grosse Point, Michigan 
Major: History 



Kathleen Clare Denton 

Lorain, Ohio 
Major: Economics 




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Mary Loretto Dillon 

Winnetka, Illinois 
Major: Philosophy 



Mary Anne Donnelly 

Boston, Massachusetts 
Major: English 




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Joan Donohoe 

Chelmsford, Massachusetts 
Major: Political Science 



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Sallie-Ann Dow 

Boston, Massachusetts 
Major: Education 




127 




Kathleen Dwyer 

Plandome, New York 
Major: History 



Elizabeth Ann Eads 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Major: Education 




128 




Gretchen Anne Eben, E. de M. 
New York, New York 
Major: History 



Juliana Frances Fazakerly 

Bayonne, New Jersey 
Major: History 







129 




Barbara Joyce Feely 

Grosse Point Farms, Michigan 
Major: Education 



Ellen Patricia Feely 

Grosse Point Farms, Michigan 
Major: Education 




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Elaine Fitzgerald 

Arlington, Massachusetts 
Major: Sociology 






Sheila Catherine Flaherty 

Stamford, Connecticut 

Major: Sociology 




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Mary Sue Flanagan 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 
Major: Sociology 




Mary Louise Fortin 

Springfield, Massachusetts 
Major: Economics 





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Ann Martin Gain, E. de M 

Wynnewood, Massachusetts 
Major: French 



Susan Gallagher 

Great Neck, New York 
Major: Sociology 




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Ann Teresa Gardenier, E. de M. 

Winchester, Massachusetts 
Major: Biology 



Gail Frances Giere 

Auburndale, Massachusetts 
Major: Sociology 




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Linda May Gray, E. de M. 

Newton, Massachusetts 
Major: English 



Catherine Ann Hafey 

Springfield, Massachusetts 
Major: Biology 




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Katherine Ryan Hall 

Short Hills, New Jersey 
Major: Sociology 




Julie Ann H aileron, E. de M. 

New York, New York 
Major: Education 




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Rosemary Helen Hartley 

Newton Centre, Massachusetts 
Major: Education 



Suzanne Harding 

Ipswich, Massachusetts 

Major: Political Science 




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Anita Mary Hennessy 

New York, New York 
Major: English 



Elizabeth Anne Hitcbins, E. de M. 

Kingston, Jamaica, W.I. 
Major: French 




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Ruth Anne Huff 

Winter Haven, Florida 
Major: Sociology 



Sandra Marie Irwin 

Miami, Florida 
Major: Mathematics 




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Linda Ann Jenks, E. de M. 

Washington, D.C. 
Major: Art 



Mary Barbara Kager 

Freeport, New York 
Major: Psychology 








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Paula Mary Keane 

Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 
Major: Education 



Joan Patricia Keating 

New Milford, Connecticut 
Major: Psychology 




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Sister Mary Shawnleen Kennedy, s.m.s.m. 

Framingham Centre, Massachusetts 
Major: Education 



Evelyn Gay Kreutzer 

Huntington, New York 
Major: Sociology 




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Joyce Patricia Laiosa 

Rochester, New York 
Maior: Education 






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Gabrielle Landrigan 

Edgewood, Rhode Island 
Major: Sociology 





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Anne Larkin 

Larchmont, New York 
Major: Biology 



Ellen Joan MacDonald 

Niantic, Connecticut 
Major: Education 




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Eleanor Smith Maber, E. de M. 
Stratford, Connecticut 
Major: Biology 



Maureen Elizabeth Mahoney 

Dover, Massachusetts 

Major: Education 




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Ellen Theresa Mahony 

West Newton, Massachusetts 
Major: Education 



Mother E. McCarthy, R.C.E. 

Milton, Massachusetts 
Major: Philosophy 




146 




Mary Ann McDonald 

Belmont, Massachusetts 
Major: Education 



Carol Ann McGee 

Falmouth Foreside, Maine 
Major: Education 




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Madeline Downing McLaughlin 
Lowell, Massachusetts 
Major: Political Science 









Mary Alice McLaughlin, E. de M. 

West Roxbury, Massachusetts 
Major: History 




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Michelle Mary McQueeny 

Briarcliff Manor, New York 
Major: English 



Faith Celeste Mead 

Melrose, Massachusetts 

Major: Education 





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Nancy Martha Mellen 

Charlestown, Massachusetts 
Major: Education 



Joan Merrick 
White Plains, New York 
Major: Education 




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] anet Marie Miele 

'lest Roxbury, Massachusetts 
Major: Education 



Mary Alice Molloy 

Grosse Point Park, Michigan 

Major: English 




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Maryann Morris sey 

Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 
Major: Sociology 



Mary Joyce Murray, E. de M. 

West Roxbury, Massachusetts 
Major: Education 




152 




Mary Catherine Nolan, E. de M. 

East Greenwich, Rhode Island 
Major: Education 



Gloria Novella 
Guatemala City, Guatemala, C.A. 
Major: Sociology 




153 




Patricia Ellen O' 'Conor 

Belmont, Massachusetts 
Major: Sociology 



Susan O'Leary 

New York, New York 
Major: English 




154 




Ruth E. O'Neil 

Auburndale, Massachusetts 
Major: Sociology 



Nancy O'Neill, E. de M. 

Milton, Massachusetts 
Major: Political Science 




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Patricia Ann O'Neill 

Huntington, New York 
Major: History 



Carol Ann O'Shea 

Oradell, New Jersey 
Major: Education 




156 




Kathleen Marie O'Shea, E. de M. 
New York, New York 
Major: English 



Brigid Mary 0' Sullivan 
Detroit, Michigan 
Major: Education 




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Beatrice Ann Queally 

Yonkers, New York 
Major: Sociology 



Faith Quintan 

Greenwich, Connecticut 
Major: Modern Languages 




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Mary Elizabeth Rice 

Dorchester, Massachusetts 
Major: Mathematics 



Ann Marie Richmond 
Worcester, Massachusetts 
Major: Education 




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Josefina Amalia San Miguel, E. de M. 

San Juan, Puerto Rico 
Major: History 



Karen Shaumber, E. de M. 

Scarsdale, New York 
Major: Education 




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Dianne Morgan Schonland 

New London, Connecticut 
Major: Education 



Nancy Ellen Simpson 

Belmont, Massachusetts 
Major: Education 




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Ann Louise Sinnott 

Larch mont, New York 
Major: Education 



Mary Bridget Stehling 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
Major: English 




162 




Marie Hayes Sturges 

Ardsley-on-Hudson, New York 
Major: English 



Barbara Ann Thole 

Summit, New Jersey- 
Major: Education 




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Ann Thomason, E. de M. 
Greenwich, Connecticut 
Major: Education 



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Judith E. Thompson 

Flushing, New York 
Major: Psychology 



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Judith Ann Vollbrecht 

Princeton, New Jersey 
Major: Philosophy 



Mary E . Walsh 

Arlington, Massachusetts 
Major: Philosophy 





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Senior Directory 



SUSAN AHERN 
6 Bellair Drive 
Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. 

JOAN BARRY 

211 Highland Avenue 

Newtonville, Mass. 

MARGARET BLANCHARD 
130 Kirkstall Road 
Newtonville, Mass. 



Aspirants 3... Catholic Action 2. ..Dramatic Club 1,3, 4. ..Jr. Weekend Date 
Committee 3- 



Student Council 4. ..Social Committee 4. ..Day Student Representative 4.. 
Catholic Action 4. ..Dramatic Club 2,3. 



Dramatic Club 2,3---I.R.C. 1... Young Republicans President 4. 



ANNE BOLLER 

304 Washington Street 

Norwich, Conn. 

ANN BOYLE 
205 Maple Avenue 
Oil City, Pa. 

MARGOT BRUGUIERE 
88 Cliff Road 
Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

NANCY CAMPANELLA 
74 Cathedral Avenue 
Providence, R.I. 



Aspirants 2. ..Dramatic Club 1 ,2, 3, 4. ..Young Democrats 4. ..Jr. Weekend 
Decoration Committee 3- 



College of New Rochelle 1,2. 



Aibertus Magnus College 1... Aspirants 2,3,4.. .Catholic Action 2,3---J r - 
Weekend Committee 3- 



Rhode Island College 1,2. ..Catholic Action 3, Vice-President 4. ..Litur- 
gical Choir 3, 4. ..Romance Language Club 3,4. 



MARGARET CARROLL 
640 West 231 Street 
Riverdale, N.Y. 



Aspirants 2,3^-Catholic Action 1... Dramatic Club 1,2, Secretary 3> 
President 4. 



CATHERINE CHESTER 
403 Rivard Boulevard 
Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

MARTHA CLANCY 
212 East 48 Street 
New York, N.Y. 

ALICE COLEMAN 
50 Janet Road 
Newton, Mass. 



Immaculata Junior College 1 ...Aspirants 2,3-"Catholic Action 2...I.R.C. 
3. ..Literary Club 3 Jr. Weekend Pictorial 3- 



House Council 3---Aspirants 2,3"-Sodality 4. ..Catholic Action 2, Secre- 
tary 3, President 4...J r. Weekend Business Committee 3---Senior Week 
Committee 4. 

Class Vice-President 1,2. ..Student Council 1,2, 4. ..Sodality 1,2,3,4... 
Catholic Action 1,2. ..Glee Club 1,4, Treasurer 2, Business Manager3>- 
Newtones 1, 2,3,4. ..Science Club 3, 4. ..Jr. Weekend Committee 3- 



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DOROTHY COUIG NSA Representative 2. ..Catholic Action 1 ,3, 4. ..Liturgical Choir 2,3... 

35 Graham Road Dramatic Club 1,2, Vice-President 3, 4. ..Interest Committee Chairman 4... 

Scarsdale, N.Y. Literary Club 1,3, 4. .."885" 3, 4. ..Science Club 2,3,4. ..Dean's List once. 



MOTHER M. CURRIE, R.S.C.J. 
Convent of the Sacred Heart 
3635 Atwater Avenue . 
Montreal, P.Q., Canada 

SR. M. CONCETTA DALTON, S.M.S.M. Dean's List three times, Dean's Honor List onc« 
863 Central Street 
Framingham, Mass. 

ANTOINETTE DAUCH 
260 Lakeland 
Grosse Pointe, Mich. 



Maryville College of the Sacred Heart 1... Aspirants 2,3,4. ..Young Repub- 
licans 4. ..Jr. Weekend Committee 3- 



KATHLEEN DENTON 
5614 Rosecliffe Drive 
Lorain, Ohio 



Aspirants 1,2,3,4. ..Art Club 1... Dramatic Club 1,3, 4. ..Young Republicans 
4. ..Jr. Weekend Business Committee 3- 



MARY LORETTO DILLON Treasurer of Student Government 4. ..Catholic Action 1,2,3--- Literary Club 
36 Woodley Road 1,2. ..Wheat and Cockle 3,4. .."885" 1,2,3,4 ...Jr. Weekend Business Com- 

Winnetka, 111. mittee 3-..Dean's List twice, Dean's Honor List five times. 



MARGO DINEEN 
76 Westminster Road 
Garden City, N.Y. 



President of Student Government 4. ..Class President 3--.Student Council 
3,4. ..Social Committee 4. ..House Council 3,4. ..Sodality 3, 4. ..Catholic 
Action 2, 3- -.Dramatic Club 1...NFCCS 4. ..NSA 4. ..Young Republicans 4. 



MARY ANNE DONNELLY Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart 1,2. ..Young Democrats 4. ..Jr. 



398 Beacon Street 
Boston, Mass. 



Weekend Committee 3- 



JOAN DONAHUE 
7 Bridge Street 
Chelmsford, Mass. 

SALLIE-ANN DOW 

19 Westminster Avenue 

Boston, Mass. 



Immaculata Junior College 1,2...I.R.C 3---Young Republicans 4. ..Jr. 
Weekend Committee 3- 



Athletic Association 1,2. ..Dramatic Club 1... Young Republicans 4. 



KATHLEEN DWYER 
50 Shore Drive 
Manhasset, N.Y. 



Aspirants 1,2, 3, 4. ..Catholic Action 1... Dramatic Club 1... Young Repub- 
licans 4. ..Jr. Weekend Committee 3- 



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ELIZABETH EADS 
607 East Durham Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

GRETCHEN EBEN 
1 East End Avenue 
New York, N.Y. 



House Council 3, 4. ..Aspirants 1 ,2,3,4. ..Catholic Action 1,4. ..Liturgical 
Choir 1,2. ..Literary Club 3^-Spanish Club 1... Young Democrats 4. 



Aspirants 1... Sodality 2. ..Council 3,4. ..Athletic Association Secre- 
tary 3"-Romance Language Club 1... Dean's List three times, Dean's 
Honor List twice. 



JULIANA FAZAKERLY 
90 West 14 Street 
Bayonne, N.J. 

BARBARA FEELY 
35 Fair Acre Drive 
Grosse Pointe, Mich. 



House Council 4. ..Aspirants 3,4.. .Catholic Action 2. ..Jr. Weekend Com- 
mittee 3---Dean's List once. 



Aspirants 3, 4. ..Young Republicans 4. ..Jr. Weekend Committee 3- 



ELLEN FEELY 
35 Fair Acre Drive 
Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

ELAINE FITZGERALD 
95 Grandview Road 
Arlington, Mass. 

SHEILA FLAHERTY 
1108 High Ridge Road 
Stamford, Conn. 



Aspirants 3,4. ..Young Republicans 4. ..Jr. Weekend Committee 3- 



Aspirants 1 ,2,3---Catholic Action 1,2. ..Art Club 3---Mission Club 1. 



Aspirants 1,2, 4. ..Catholic Action 1,2...I.R.C. 1,2. ..Young Republicans 
4. ..Jr. Weekend Committee 3- 



MARY SUE FLANAGAN 
Old Battery Road 
Bridgeport, Conn. 



Aspirants 1,3, 4. ..Basketball l...Glee Club 1,2, Secretary 3--Jr. Week- 
end Pictorial 3---Yearbook Photography Editor 4. 



MARY LOUISE FORTIN 
227 Springfield Street 
Springfield, Mass. 

NANCY GAIN 
414 Penn Road 
Wynnewood, Pa. 



Aspirants 3---Romance Language Club 1,2,3^-Young Republicans 4. 
Jr. Weekend Business Committee 3- 



Sodality 1,2,3,4, Council 2,3, Secretary 4.. .Catholic Action 1,2, 3, 4. ..Li- 
turgical Choir 1,2, 3, 4. ..Glee Club 4. ..Romance Language Club 1,2,3) 
President 4. ..Dean's List three times. 



SUSAN GALLAGHER 
1 Longview Place 
Great Neck, N.Y. 



Catholic Action 2,3"-Dramatic Club 1... Mission Club 2. ..Romance Lan- 
guage Club 3 Jr. Weekend Decorations 3---Dean's List once. 



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ANN GARDENIER 
11 Hawthorne Road 
Winchester, Mass. 

GAIL GIERE 

15 BonMar Circle 

Auburndale, Mass. 

LINDA GRAY 
38 Waban Street 
Newton, Mass. 



CATHERINE HAFEY 
98 Bellevue Avenue 
Springfield, Mass. 

KATHERINE HALL 
304 Forest Drive South 
Short Hills, New Jersey 

JULIE HALLERAN 
424 East 57 Street 
New York, N.Y. 

ROSEMARY HANLEY 
16 Ransom Road 
Newton, Mass. 

SUZANNE HARDING 
Miles End 
Ipswich, Mass. 

ANITA HENNESSY 
1730 Park Avenue 
New York, N.Y. 



Liturgical Choir 1,2. ..Debating Club 3,4. ..Opera Club 1... Science Club 1, 
2,3, President 4. ..Young Democrats 4. ..Dean's List once. 



Aspirants l,2,3---Catholic Action 2.. .Dramatic Club 1, 



House Council 4. ..Head of Stuart House 4. ..Sodality 1,2, 3, 4. ..Catholic 
Action 2,3---"885" Staff 4. ..Circulation Manager 2, 3. ..Wheat and 
Cockle Staff 2. ..Dramatic Club 2. ..Literary Club 2,3,4. ..Debating Club 
3,4, President 3---Freshman Show Writers Committee 1... Junior Weekend 
Decoration Committee 3- 

Aspirants 2, 3, 4. ..Catholic Action 3--- Athletic Association 1,2, Vice- 
President 4. ..Basketball 1,2, 3, 4. ..Hockey 1,2, 3, 4. ..Romance Language 
Club 3---Science Club 1,4. 

Sodality 1,2,4. ..Art Club 2. ..Literary Club 3, 4. ..Mission Club 1,2,3. ..Jr. 
Weekend Committee 3---Yearbook Business Manager 4. 



Boston College 1. ..Social Committee 4. ..Aspirants 2,3-"Sodality 4... 
Catholic Action 3, 4. .."885" 3, Business Manager 4...NSA 3---Jr. Week- 
end Committee 3---Senior Week Chairman 4. 

Aspirants 3,4. ..Young Democrats 4. ..Jr. Weekend Committee 3- 



Aspirants l,2,3--.Glee Club l,2,3--.Newtones 1,2, 3, 4. ..Young Democrats 
President 4. 



Catholic Action 2. ..Dramatic Club 1,2, 3, 4. ..Literary Club 1,2, 3, 4. ..Wheat 
and Cockle 2. .."885" 1,2, Managing Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4---Dean's 
Honor List four times. 



ELIZABETH HITCHENS Convent of Mercy Academy 1... Catholic Action 3,4.. .Dramatic Club 2,3,4 
127 Mountain View Avenue ...Interest Committee 4. .."885" 3"-Mission Club Co-chairman 3, 
Kingston, Jamaica, W.I. Chairman 4. ..Romance Language Club 2,3, Treasurer 4. 



RUTH A. HUFF 

1405 Northwest 17 Street 

Winter Haven, Fla. 



Catholic Action 1,2. ..Dramatic Club 1... International Relations Club 2,3-- 
Freshman Orientation Committee 3^-Young Republicans 4. ..Jr. Weekend 
Committee 3- 



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SANDRA IRWIN Aspirants 3,4. ..Art Club 2, 3, 4. ..Jr. Weekend Decorations 3---Yearbook 

4305 Southwest 9 8 Court Art Editor 4. ..Dean's List twice, Dean's Honor List twice. 
Miami, Fla. 

LINDA ANN JENKS Georgetown Visitation 1... Sodality 2, 3, 4. ..Liturgical Choir 2,3-..Dra- 

6416-31 Street Northwest matic Club 2,3...Young Republicans 4. 
Washington, D.C. 

BARBARA KAGER Catholic Action 1,2. ..Dramatic Club 1,2. ..Jr. Weekend Decorations 3... 

81 Maryland Avenue Dean's List once. 

Freeport, N.Y. 

PAULA KEANE Art Club 4. ..Glee Club 1...I.R.C. 4. ..Literary Club 4. ..Jr. Weekend De- 

81 Westchester Road corations Committee 3- 

Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

JOAN PATRICIA KEATING Immaculata Jr. College 1,2. ..Jr. Weekend Committee 3- 
22 Elm Street 
New Milford, Conn. 

SR. M. SHAWNLEEN KENNEDY, S.M.S.M. Dean's List three times 
863 Central Street 
Framingham, Mass. 

GAY KREUTZER Aspirants 1... Dramatic Club 1,2,3, Secretary 4. ..Romance Language 

Old County Road, RFD 2 Club 3.--Young Republicans 4.. Jr. Weekend Committee 3- 
Huntington, N.Y. 



JOYCE LAIOSA 
300 Esplanade Drive 
Rochester, N.Y. 



House Council 4. ..Aspirants 2, 3, 4. ..Catholic Action 1,2,3- 



GAY LANDRIGAN 
11 Doylston Drive 
Edgewood, R.I. 

NANCY LARKIN 
92 Beach Avenue 
Larchmont, N.Y. 



Dramatic Club 1 Jr. Weekend Committee 3- 



Aspirants 2,3,4.. .Catholic Action l...Art Club 1,2,3-. -Glee Club 1,2,3- 
Newtones 1,2, 3, 4. ..Science Club 4. ..Jr. Weekend Decorations 3"-Year- 
book Editor-in-Chief 4. 



ELLEN MAC DONALD Aspirants 2, 3, 4. ..Catholic Action 1,2,4...I.R.C. 3-. -Literary Club 3... 

Bride Brook Road Jr. Weekend Committee 3- 

Niantic, Conn. 



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ELEANOR MAHER House Council 4. ..Aspirants 1,2, 3. ..Sodality 4. ..Catholic Action 1,2... 

2184 Main Street Athletic Association 3-..Basketball 3...Newtones 1,2, 3, 4. ..Science Club 

Stratford, Conn. 3, Treasurer 4. 

MAUREEN MAHONEY Regis College l...Jr. Weekend Committee 3- 
Cranberry Lane 
Dover, Mass. 

ELLEN MAHONY Head of House 4. ..House Council 4. ..Athletic Association Representa- 

28 Bristol Road tive 4. ..Glee Club 1 ,2,3,4. ..Newtones 1 ,2,3,4.. .Young Democrats 4. 
West Newton, Mass. 

NANCY MC AULIFFE Social Committee 3, Chairman 4. ..House Council 4. ..Dramatic Club 1... 

20 Woodlawn Road I.R.C. 3-.. "885"' 3-. -Young Democrats 4. ..Jr. Weekend Co-Chairman 3- 
Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

MOTHER H. MC CARTHY Dean's List twice. 
130 Milton Street 
Milton, Mass. 

MARY ANN MC DONALD Catholic Action 3-. -Glee Club 3, 4. ..Jr. Weekend Committee 3. 
33 Betts Road 
Belmont, Mass. 

CAROL MC GEE Aspirants 1,2, 3, 4. ..Catholic Action 2.. .Dramatic Club 1,3, 4. ..Science 

20 Hammond Road Club 3, 4. ..Young Democrats 4. ..Jr. Weekend Committee 3- 
Falmouth Foreside, Me. 

MADELINE MC LAUGHLIN Marymount College 1... House Council 4. ..Catholic Action 4. ..Art Club 
590 Raven Road 4. ..Debating Club 3-. .Dramatic Club 3--.Literary Club 3, 4. ..Young Demo- 
Lowell, Mass. crats 4. 

MARY ALICE MC LAUGHLIN Aspirants 2,3--. Sodality 4. ..Glee Club l...Jr. Weekend Committee 3- 
180 Stratford Street 
WestRoxbury, Mass. 

MICHELLE MC QUEENY Aspirants 2, 3, 4. ..Catholic Action 4. ..Art Club 3-.-Glee Club 1,2,3... 

Old Briarcliff Road Newtones 1 ,2, 3, 4. .."885" 3-. -Jr. Weekend Pictorial Chairman 3- 
Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. 

FAITH MEAD Aspirants 2, 3, 4. ..Catholic Action 4. ..Glee Club 1, 2,3, President 4... 

129 Bellevue Avenue Young Democrats 4. 
Melrose, Mass. 



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NANCY MELLEN 
36 High Street 
Charlestown, Mass. 

JOAN MERRICK 
116 Hartsdale Road 
White Plains, N.Y. 

JANET MIELE 
181 Weld Road 
West Roxbury, Mass. 

MARY ALICE MOLLOY 
928 Berkshire Road 
Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

MARY ANN MORRISSEY 
48 Burroughs Street 
Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

JOYCE MURRAY 
48 Richwood Street 
West Roxbury, Mass. 

MARY NOLAN 
56 Recto Street 
East Greenwich, R.I. 

GLORIA NOVELLA 

La Pedrera 

Guatemala City, Guatemala 

PATRICIA O'CONOR 

120 Juniper Road 
Belmont, Mass. 



Dramatic Club 1 — Jr. Weekend Committee 3- 



Social Committee 1... Class Treasurer 2,3---Class Vice-President 4. 
House Council 1,2, 3, 4. ..Aspirants 2. ..Jr. Weekend Co-Chairman 3- 



Young Democrats 4. ..Jr. Weekend Committee 3- 



University of Detroit 1... Aspirants 2, 3, 4. ..Literary Club 2,3, Treasurer 
4. ..Wheat and Cockle Junior Editor 3, Senior Editor 4. .."885"' Mana- 
ging Editor 3---Young Republicans 4. 

Aspirants l,2,3-"Catholic Action 1... Dramatic Club 1,2,3"-Treasurer 4. 
Young Democrats 4.. .Jr. Weekend Pictorial Business Manager 3- 



Student Government Secretary 4. ..Social Committee 2. ..Aspirants 1,2,3- 
Sodality 4. ..Catholic Action 1,2. ..Jr. Weekend Business Manager 3- 



Aspirants 1,2. ..Sodality 3, President 4, Council 4.. .Catholic Action 1,2, 
3,4. ..Dramatic Club 1 — Jr. Weekend Business Committee. 



Catholic Action 1,2. ..Liturgical Choir 2,3,4... I. R.C. 1... Mission Club 
2, 3-"Opera Workshop 1... Romance Language Club 1,2, 3, 4. ..Spanish Club 
President 3- 

Social Committee 1,2,3, Treasurer 4. ..Class Secretary 1,2, 3, 4. ..Finan- 
cial Committee 4. ..House Council 3, 4. ..Sodality 1,2, 3, 4. ..Catholic Action 
l...Glee Club l,2,3-..Newtones 1,2, 3, 4. ..Basketball l,2,3---Hockey 1,2,3,4 
...Dean's List twice. 



SUSAN O'LEARY 
17 East 84th Street 
New York, N.Y. 

RUTH O'NEIL 
82nd Day Street 
Auburndale, Mass. 



Glee Club l,2...Newtones 1,2, 3,4. ..Literary Club 1,2, 3, 4. ..Wheat and 
Cockle 3- -."885" 1, 2,3,4.. .NFCCS Senior Delegate 3- 



Catholic Action 1,2,3.--Art Club 2. ..Glee Club 1 Jr. Weekend Committee 

...Dean's List once. 



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NANCY O'NEILL 
91 Allerton Road 
Milton, Mass. 

PATRICIA O'NEILL 
8 Soundview Drive 
Huntington, N.Y. 

CAROL ANN O'SHEA 
164 Gordon Court 
Oradell, N.J. 

KATHLEEN O'SHEA 
108 East 82 Street 
New York, N.Y. 



Aspirants 2,3-..Sodality 4. ..Catholic Action l,3-..Dramatic Club 1... 
Basketball 1,3. ..Young Democrats 4. ..Dean's List twice, Dean's 
Honor List once. 

Aspirants 4. ..Catholic Action 1,2, 3, 4. ..Basketball 1 ,2. ..Dramatic 
Club 1,2, 3, 4. ..Debating Club 3, President 4. ..Romance Language Club 
3,4...NFCCS 2. ..Young Democrats 4. ..Jr. Weekend Committee 3- 

Dramatic Club 3---French Club 2.. -Young Republicans 4. 



Aspirants l,2,3--.Sodality 4. ..Liturgical Choir 1,2. 
Club 2, 3. -Literary Club 1,2, 3, 4. .."885" 1,2,3,4. 



.Art Club 3-.-Glee 



BRIGID O'SULLIVAN 
287 Newport Avenue 
Detroit, Mich. 



St. Mary's College 1. ..Class President 4.. .Student Government Vice- 
President 4. ..House Council 4. ..Aspirants 3,4. ..Catholic Action 3--- 
Debating Club 3, 4. ..Romance Language Club 3, 4. ..Young Democrats 

4. 



BEATRICE ANN QUEALLY House Council 1... Catholic Action 1,2. ..Dramatic Club l...GleeClub 
10 Morsemere Place 3-..Newtones 1,2, 3, 4. ..Jr. Weekend Committee 3. 

Yonkers, N.Y. 



FAITH QUINLAN 
Aiken Road 
Greenwich, Conn. 



Aspirants 1,2, 4. ..Catholic Action 1,2. ..Liturgical Choir 1... Athletic 
Association Treasurer 2. ..Basketball 1,2,4...I.R.C. 1... Romance Lan- 
guage Club 1,2. ..Serenades Chairman 2. ..Dean's List twice, ..Dean's 
Honor List once. 



MARY BETH RICE 

115 East Cottage Street 

Dorchester, Mass. 



Class Treasurer 4. ..Art Club 1,2. ..Science Club 1,2, 3, 4. ..Dean's List 
five times, Dean's Honor List once. 



ANN RICHMOND 
857 Pleasant Street 
Worcester, Mass. 

JOSEFINA SAN MIGUEL 

Box 782 

San Juan, Puerto Rico 

KAREN SCHAUMBER 
15 Chesterfield Road 
Scarsdale, N.Y. 



Aspirants 1,2,3,4. ..Catholic Action 1,2, 4. ..IRC 3---Literary Club 3--- 
Jr. Weekend Committee 3. 



Aspirants 1,2. ..Sodality 3, 4. ..House Council 2,3-..Glee Club 1... Romance 
Language Club 1,2,3,4. 



Head of House 4. ..House Council 4...Sodalist 3,4. ..College Sodality 
Union of Boston Secretary 3,4. ..Catholic Action 1,2, 3, 4. ..Romance 
Language Club 3.-.Young Republicans 4.. .Jr. Weekend Committee. 



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DIANNE SCHONLAND 
52 Vauxhall Street 
New London, Conn. 



San Francisco College for Women 1... Connecticut College for Women 
2. ..Aspirants 3,4. ..Mission Club 4. ..Dramatic Club 3, 4. ..Jr. Weekend 
Committee. 



NANCY SIMPSON 
41 Hurd Road 
Belmont, Mass. 



Catholic Action 3---Glee Club 1 ,2, 3, 4. ..Jr. Weekend Committee. 



ANN SINNOTT 

30 Larchmont Avenue 

Larchmont, N.Y. 



Social Committee Secretary 4. ..House Council 4.. .Aspirants 2,3,4... 
Catholic Action l,2,3---Romance Language 2,3 J r - Weekend Com- 
mittee. 



MARY STEHLING 

3453 North Summit Avenue 

Milwaukee, Wis. 



Student Government 1...S ocial Committee 2,3---Aspirants 1,2. .."885" 
1,2,3---Glee Club l,2...Newtones 1,2,3,4... Yearbook Literary Editor 
4. ..Dean's List twice. 



MARIE STURGES 
Hancock Place 
Ardsley-on-Hudson, N.Y. 



House Council 4.. .Liturgical Choir 2. ..Literary Club 1,2, President 4. 
Wheat and Cockle Editor-in-chief 4. .."885" 3, 4. ..Dean's List twice. 



BARBARA THOLE 
10 Templar Way 
Summit, New Jersey 

ANN TOMASON 
219 Overlook Drive 
Greenwich, Conn. 



Head of House 4. ..Jr. Weekend Committee. ..Dean's List once. 



Aspirants 1,2, 3, 4. ..Liturgical Choir 1,2,3. ..I.R.C. 1,3... Basketball 1. 
Jr. Weekend Committee. ..Dean's List twice. 



JUDY THOMPSON 
50—15 Parsons Boulevard 
Flushing, N.Y. 

JUDITH VOLLBRECHT 
58 Cleveland Avenue 
Princeton, N.J. 



Catholic Action 2. ..IRC l...Art Club 2,3, President 4. ..Chairman Jr. 
Weekend Decorations Committee. ..Dean's List once. 



Sodality 1,2,3-. .Liturgical Choir 1,2,3-. -Glee Club 1,2...NSA 3- 



MARY WALSH 
152 Jason Street 
Arlington, Mass. 



Catholic Action l,2,3.-.Glee Club 3.--LR.C. 1,2,, Secretary-Treasurer 
3. --Literary Club 1 Jr. Weekend Committee 3- 



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Class of 1962 



Celeste Aaron, 370 Midway Road, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Sister M. Francesco Abel, s.m.s.m., 863 Central Street, Framingham, Massachusetts 

Marie Aubois, 86 Washington Street, Newport, Rhode Island 

Alice Baily, 484 Green Street, Weymouth, Massachusetts 

Maxine Elizabeth Baldwin, Dearfield Drive, Greenwich, Connecticut 

Joanna Bertsch, 25 Coolidge Street, Larchmont, New York 

Helen Bill, 5 Heath Place, Garden City, New York 

Mary Louise Bobay, 82 Love Lane, Warwick, Rhode Island 

Jacqueline Bosch, 120 Morningside Drive, Ossining, New York 

Barbara Bowman, 145 Mount Vernon Street, Arlington, Massachusetts 

Mary Jane Brady, 136 Parkview Avenue, Lowell, Massachusetts 

Margaret Brennan, 551 First Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 

Mary Ann Brennan, 15 Maple Avenue, Larchmont, New York 

Diane Brickley, 25 Winchester Arms, Winchester, Massachusetts 

Joan Brown, 39 Claremont Terrace, Swampscott, Massachusetts 

Kay Bryant, 10 Ridgeway Street, Mount Vernon, New York 

Francine Calarese, 28 Houtman Avenue, Cumberland Hill, Rhode Island 

Victile Capeless, 19 Saxon Road, Newton, Massachusetts 

Gail Capon, 294 Chester Avenue, Montreal, P.Q., Canada 

Elinor Capozzi, 136 Governors Avenue, Medford, Massachusetts 

Clare Carey, 200 East 66th Street, New York, New York 

Martha Carpenter, 26 Bishop Parkway, Pittsfield, Massachusetts 

Carol Ann Carson, 567 Beach Avenue, Rochester, New York 

Kathleen Cavanaugh, 20 Monadnock Road, Newton, Massachusetts 

Sonia Chin, 2A East Race Course, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies 

Barbara Collette, 304 Chester Avenue, Montreal, P.Q., Canada 

Mary Jane Connor, 20 Monodnock Road, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 

Mary Cooke, 7 Cathedral Avenue, Garden City, New York 

Elizabeth Cooney, 91 Fosdyke Street, Providence, Rhode Island 

Mary Corbett, 780 Bluff Street, Glencoe, Illinois 

Donna Coughlin, 11 Wingate Road, Lexington, Massachusetts 

Nancy Crowell, 354 Court Street, Keene, New Hampshire 

Anne Crowley, 7 Axtell Drive, Scarsdale, New York 

Mother B. Cunningham R.C.E.,130 Milton Street, Milton, Massachusetts 

Judy Davin, 816 Beverly Avenue, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 



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Frances Di Muccio, 414 Woonasquatucket Avenue, North Providence, Rhode Island 

Carol Dougherty, 10 Crestmont Road, Montclair, New Jersey 

Nancy Edmondson, 115 Freedman Street, Brookline, Massachusetts 

Elizabeth Eigo, 8 Richbell Close, Scarsdale, New York 

Rita Falletti, 22 Nonantum Street, Brighton, Massachusetts 

Mary Feeley, 156 Grove Street, West Medford, Massachusetts 

Anne Ferrone, 860 Beacon Street, Newton, Massachusetts 

Kathleen Fischel, Muchmore Road, Harrison, New York 

Casimir Elaine Flaherty, 181 Stratford Street, West Roxbury, Massachusetts 

Mary Lynn Fleming 4 Forest Court, Larchmont, New York 

Mary L. Foley, 41 Sefton Drive, Edgewood, Rhode Island 

Barbara Fortunato, 20 Yale Terrace, Montclair, New Jersey 

Anne Gallagher, 515 Sussex Road, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania 

Mary Gallagher, 31 Moss Hill Road, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 

Jacquelin Gegan, 12 Homefield Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 

Virginia Goggin, 14 Ellis Street, Rumford, Rhode Island 

Mary Hallissey, 104 Madison Avenue, Quincy, Massachusetts 

Sallie Hamilton, 1055 West 55th Street, Kansas City, Missouri 

Maureen Hannon, 5041 Upton Street Northwest, Washington, D„C. 

Helen Harrington, 133-15 Beach Channel Drive, Belle Harbor, New York 

Mary Holly Hicok, 45 Windsor Road, Hastings-on-Hudson, New York 

Kay Hinsberg, 18401 Bretton Drive, Detroit, Michigan 

Elizabeth Irish, 18 Innes Road, Scarsdale, New York 

Kathleen Jacobi, 11 South Road, Sands Point, New York 

Barbara Jones, 5516 Grove Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland 

Tammy Kahle, 2728 Westchester Road, Toledo, Ohio 

Grace Kane, 350 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, New York 

Barbara Keane, 15 Houston Road, West Roxbury, Massachusetts 

Mary Alice Kelly, 24 Plainfield Road, Waban, Massachusetts 

Ann Kennedy, 4590 Henry Hudson Parkway, New York, New York 

Peggy Kugler, 1368 Edgecumb Road, Saint Paul, Minnesota 

Sheila Leahy, 46 Kenilworth Road, Milton, Massachusetts 

Susan Lenz, 148 Columbia Avenue, Cranston, Rhode Island 

Cora LePorin, 109 Stratford Avenue, Garden City, New York 

Toni Lilly, 1845-25 Avenue Court, Moline, Illinois 



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Carol Lo, 1106 Taipei, Formosa 

Barbara Lynch, 102 East Ferry Road, Morrisville, Pennsylvania 

Mary Edwina Lynch, 748 Livingston Road, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Sister Philip Maguire, Brenton Road, Newport, Rhode Island 

Katherine Mahoney, 43 Brownell Street, Worcester, Massachusetts 

Ellen Markey, 26 Houston Street, West Roxbury, Massachusetts 

Genevieve Martin, 8 Old Town Road, Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts 

Katherine Martin, 214 South Bay Avenue, Islip, New York 

Eugenia McCarthy, 283 Forest Avenue, Cohasset, Massachusetts 

Julie McGraw, 1740 Highland Avenue, Rochester, New York 

Valerie McMahon, 165 Santa Fe Avenue, Hamden, Connecticut 

Sally McNanamy, 31 Decasson Road, Montreal, P.Q., Canada 

Nonie McNeil, 12 Lombard Street, Newton, Massachusetts 

Mary Ellen McShane, 328 Briarwood, East Grand Rapids, Michigan 

Joanne Meehan, 800 Park Avenue, New York, New York 

Deborah Ann Mellen, 36 High Street, Charlestown, Massachusetts 

Mary Jane Moran, Mundon Road, Cumberland Hill, Rhode Island 

Mary Margaret Moran, 89 Kensington Lane, Swampscott, Massachusetts 

Anne Morgan, 100 Stratford Street, West Roxbury, Massachusetts 

Judith Mountain, Goodhill Road, Weston, Connecticut 

Dale Mullarkey, 24 Summit Avenue, Amsterdam, New York 

Susan Mulvanity, 157 La Grange Street, West Roxbury, Massachusetts 

Marion Murray, 16 Stoneleigh Court, Rochester, New York 

Sheila O'Callahan, 112 High Street, Brookline, Massachusetts 

Rosemary O'Connell, 55 Knolls Cresent, New York, New York 

Ann O'Connor, 123 Lincoln Street, Newton, Massachusetts 

Mary O'Connor, 110 Chestnut Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

Maura O'Neill, 41 Pleasant Street, Milton, Massachusetts 

Mary Martha Pallota, Essex Road, Ipswich, Massachusetts 

Judy Pizzarello, 364 North Columbus Avenue, Mount Vernon, New York 

Virginia Rartenni, 1013 Smith Street, Providence, Rhode Island 

Janet Richmond, 857 Pleasant Street, Worcester, Massachusetts 

Maryelene Ryan, 615 Glen Street, Glenn Falls, New York 

Judy Sauer, 7 Greenbriar, Clayton, Missouri 

Barbara Schroetter, 34-24 82nd Street, Jackson Heights, New York 



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Susan Schulte, 635 Overlook Drive, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Monica Shaughnessy, 116 East 63rd Street, New York, New York 

Maureen Slattery, 470 Mount Stephen Avenue, Westmount, P.Q., Canada 

Katherine Smith, 435 Hill Street, Whitinsville, Massachusetts 

Teresa Snite, 5111 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach, Florida 

Sheila Tiernan, 97 Pinecrest Drive, Rochester, New York 

Ann Tomasello, 733 Washington Street, Brighton, Massachusetts 

Agatha Tsu, 2491 Liberty Street, Beacon, New York 

Roberta Von Urff, 15 Russell Place, Forest Hills, New York 

Susan Wall, 157 Lookout Drive, Dayton, Ohio 

Jean Walsh, 220 Westchester Avenue, Crestwood, New York 

Geraldine Wang, Chinese Embassy, Seoul, Korea 

Marsha Whelan, 138 Milbank Avenue, Greenwich, Connecticut 

Penelope Whelan, 33 Fletcher Road, Belmont, Massachusetts 

Kristin Wildman, Flowers Mill Road, Langhom, Pennsylvania 

Ginger lurzer, 505 Riverview Terrace, Bettendorf, Iowa 

Ann Grosner R.N., 208 Milford Avenue, Stratford, Connecticut 

Bridget Kinsella R.N., Bonita Avenue, Trumbull, Connecticut 



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Class of 1963 



Judy Albers, 18001 Riverside Drive, Cleveland, Ohio 

Susan Andrews, 2 Martin Place, Chatham, New Jersey 

Betty Anne Beasley, Oneck Lane, Westhampton Beach, New York 

Mary Jane Becherer, 11 Linder Terrace, Newton, Massachusetts 

Susan Bell, 399 Linden Street, Winnetka, Illinois 

Virginia Bird Antonio Lopez, Humacaco, Puerto Rico 

Jean Birdsall. 530 East 85 Street, New York, New York 

Mary Alma Bogert, 680 West Saddle Road, Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey 

Penny Brennan, 47 Dogwood Lane, Rockville Center, New York 

Judy Brill, 1318 Jackson Street, Scranton, Pennsylvania 

Mary Anne Burke, 945 Center Street, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 

Sally Burton, 2 Clarke Avenue, Milford, Delaware 

Susan Callahan, Box 561, Popponesset Beach, Massachusetts 

Carol Anne Capobianco, 22 Woodstock Street, Yonkers, New York 

Maria Ceres, Main Street, Hancock, New Hampshire 

Suzanne Chartrand, 361 High view Road, Englewood, New Jersey 

Eleanor Chin, 47 Main Street, Charlestown, Massachusetts 

Miriam Clancy, 212 East 48 Street, New York, New York 

Mary Ann Cole, 15 Mountview Road, Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts 

Delia Ann Conley, 711 Park Drive, Kenilworth, Illinois 

Molly Conley, 249 Woodlawn Avenue, Glencoe, Illinois 

Mary Connelly, 82 Cabot Street, Milton, Massachusetts 

Mary Pierce Conner, 16 Shannon Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas 

Margaret Connor, 202 Ash Street, Winchendon, Massachusetts 

Perry Cook, 15657 Maplegrove Avenue, La Puente, California 

Susan Costigan, 46 West Lane, Bay Shore, New York 

Alice Coughlin, 6 Plateau Circle, Bronxville, New York 

Marie Anne Craigin, 15 Dudley Road, Wellesley, Massachusetts 

Kathleen Crofton, 129 Hampton Street, Garden City, New York 

Mary K. Crump, 29 Grover Lane, West Caldwell, New Jersey 

Dorothy Daly, 60 Redgate Road, West Roxbury, Massachusetts 

Jill Dana, 240 Jackson Avenue, Bradford, Pennsylvania 

Judity De Marco, 7 Puritan Lane, Watertown, Massachusetts 

Marjorie Dever, 25 Hayes Street, Arlington, Massachusetts 

Margaret Devine, 71041 Lassier Road, Romeo, Michigan 



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Ann Didden, 3365 Styvesant Place, Northwest Washington, D.C. 

Carol Donovan, 1940 Chestnut Avenue, Wilmette, Illinois 

Deborah Doyle, Chestnut Street, Clinton, New Jersey 

Rosario Drew, 580 Park Avenue, New York, New York 

Mary Anne Droney, 334 Broadway, Cambridge, Massachusetts 

Josephine Egan, 23 Dale Street, Gloucester, Massachusetts 

Joan Engel, 14 Hope Street, Newton, Massachusetts 

Linda Ann Farrell, 28 Upyonda Way, Rumford, Rhode Island 

Margaret Fibegan, 49 Trent Road, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Mary Flynn, 202 Edge Hill Road, Milton, Massachusetts 

Alma Fortin, 227 Springfield Street, Springfield, Massachusetts 

Harriet Friday, Forest Drive, Fox Chapel, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Susan Frisbee, 237 Park Street, Newton, Massachusetts 

Anne Gallagher, 15 Lester Avenue, Westerly, Rhode Island 

Kathleen Galvin, 27 Greenlodge Street, Canton, Massachusetts 

Suzanne Gauthier, 10 Knollridge Drive, Woonsocket, Rhode Island 

Jane Graham, 36 Carew Road, Hamden, Connecticut 

Marzita Hall, 1 East Maple Drive, Moorestown, New Jersey 

Stephanie Hammett, 19605 Argyle Oval, Ricky River, Ohio 

Rinda Hauserman, 2023 Lyndway Road, Cleveland, Ohio 

Martha Healy, 48 Robinwood Road, Winchester, Massachusetts 

Frances Hesterberg, 478 Argle Road, Brooklyn, New York 

Pamela Hitchins, 127 Mountain View Road, Kingston, Jamaica, W.I. 

Judith Huff, 1405 17 Street Northwest, Winter Haven, Florida 

Kathleen Hughes, 3005 Kingsley Road, Shaker Heights, Ohio 

Janie Igoe, 6 Blenheim Drive, Manhasset, New York 

Marcia Issak, 228 Oak Street, Manchester, New Hampshire 

Maureen Kane, 39 Monument Square, Charlestown, Massachusetts 

Susan Keane, 116 Plymouth Drive, Scarsdale, New York 

Kathleen Kearney, 60 Maple Parkway, Sparta, New Jersey 

Marion Kelly, 1185 Morton Street, Dorchester, Massachusetts 

Annie Laurie Kennedy, South Country Road, Bay Shore, New York 

Collette Koechley, 49 Pulver Road, Ravena, New York 

Marilyn Kuhn, 104 Mulberry Avenue, Garden City, New York 



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Maureen Lambert, 21 Keverich Street, Hempstead, New York 

Norma LaSalle, 3217 West Shore Road, Warwick, Rhode Island 

Sharon Leahy. 300 Commonwealth Avenue, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 

Pene Long, 12825 Avenue DuBois Southwest, Tacoma, Washington 

Katherine Lumaghi, 20 North Kingshighway, St. Louis, Missouri 

Elizabeth Madden, 35 Druid Hill Road, Summit, New Jersey 

Janice Magri, 5 Bellevue Hill Road, West Roxbury, Massachusetts 

Marcia Mahoney, Cranberry Lane, Dover, Massachusetts 

Sheila Mahoney, 5011 Wooddale Lane, Edina, Minnesota 

Susan Mangan, 276 Rugby Road, Brooklyn, New York 

Rosemary Mangine, 17440 Shelbourne Road, Shaker Heights, Ohio 

Delia Mannix, 146 Beach Street, Neponset, L.I., New York 

Maura Mannix, 79 Hawthorne Street, Longmeadow, Massachusetts 

Elizabeth Martin, 111 South Street, Tiverton, Rhode Island 

Susan McAuliffe, 20 Woodlawn Road, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 

Ann McCabe, 12 Pomeroy Avenue, Pittsfield, Massachusetts 

Maura McCarthy, 21 South State Street, Concord, New Hampshire 

Suzanne McCloskey, 96 Kenwood Road, Garden City, New York 

Anne McCraken, 4128 Harvard Avenue, Montreal, P.Q. , Canada 

Mary Ann McGeough, 34 Blaisdell Avenue, Pawtucket, Rhode Island 

Kathleen McHale, c/o Creole Petroleum Company, Maracaibo, Venezuela 

Carolyn Mclnerney, 62 Chestnut Hill Road, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 

Clare McMahon, 352 Loudonville Road, Loudonville, New York 

Martha Meaney, 192 Melrose Street, Auburndale, Massachusetts 

Kathleen Mearn, 10 Windsor Road, Milton, Massachusetts 

Maureen Meehan, 800 Park Avenue, New York, New York 

Cynthia Melady, 61 Orme Court Street, St. Paul, Minnesota 

Donna Moran, 6 Myrtledale Road, Scarsdale, New York 

Karen Morely, 63 Willow Avenue, Larchmont, New York 

Katherine Moroney, 19 Tisdale Road, Scarsdale, New York 

Susan Moynahan, 62 Durant Road, Maplewood, New Jersey 

Barbara Mozino, 12 West Golf Road, Havertown, Pennsylvania 

Karen Mulvey, 140 Robins Road, New Rochelle, New York 

Barbara Nesbitt, 1 Putnam Hill, Greenwich, Connecticut 

Kathleen Nolan, 2763 France Avenue, South Minneapolis, Minnesota 



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Katherine Nugent, 12 Locust Avenue, Larchmont, New York 

Kathleen O'Brien, 6 North Fifth Avenue, Taftville, Ohio 

Eileen O'Reilly, 146 Paradise Avenue, Middletown, Rhode Island 

Kathleen O'Riley, 214 North Street, Johns Avenue, Highland Park, Illinois 

Elinor O'Shea, 200 Christopher Street, Montclair, New Jersey 

Cordelia Oskins, 119 Center Avenue, Chatham, New Jersey 

Wallis Osterholz, 5 Shore Drive, Huntington, New York 

Mary-Jo Ouellette, 24 Reed Drive, Wethersfield, Connecticut 

Mildred Perkins, 432 West Ten Eyck Street, Watertown, New York 

Dorothy Raymond, 16 Ginn Street, Winchester, Massachusetts 

Marilyn Reed, 73 San Juan Drive, Ponte Verde, Florida 

Marjorie Reiley, Woodland Road, Wydham Hills, York, Pennsylvania 

Margaret Reiss, Taconic Road, Greenwich, Connecticut 

Anne Richards, 225 State Avenue, Alpena, Michigan 

Mary Lou Rotoli, 878 North Plymouth Avenue, Rochester, New York 

Elena Ryan, 615 West Deming Place, Chicago, Illinois 

Lianne Ryan, 150 Bluff Avenue, Edgewood, New Jersey 

Constance Schepp, 207 North Peterboro Street, Canastota, New York 

Katrina Sclater, 929 Ives Street, Watertown, New York 

Kathleen Scott, 20 Denise Terrace, Bronxville, New York 

Andrea Shuman, 17 East 89 Street, New York, New York 

Carol Singleton, 175 Sanford Street, Glens Falls, New York 

Gay Smith, 478 Little Silver Point Road, Little Silver, New Jersey 

Maura Smith, 55 Payson Avenue, New York, New York 

Sandra Smith, 53 Templar Way, Summit, New Jersey 

Christina Soccilich, 40 Carley Avenue, Huntington, New York 

Alicia Sullivan, 30 Union Street, Bristol, Rhode Island 

Frances Sullivan, 33 Holman Street, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts 

Wilma Jean Sullivan, 1 Arlington Heights, Norwich, Connecticut 

Carleen Testa, 386 Branch Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 

Mary Elizabeth Tierney, 549 First Street, Brooklyn, New York 

Mary Elizabeth Tobin, 11 Avon Street, Larchmont, New York 

Patricia Ann Trifari, 206 Rumstick Point, Barrington, Rhode Island 

Mary Jo Vermeulen, 2601 12 Street, Miline, Illinois 

Susan Vinnicombe, 142 Middlesex Road, Newton, Massachusetts 



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Nancy Waeber, 21 Division Street, Ormand Beach, Florida 
Camilla Washburn, 1112 Park Avenue, New York, New York 
Suzanne Weiss, 257 Kenwood Court, Grosse Pointe, Michigan 
Mary Westphal, 5009 Park Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota 
Celeste Whamond, 140 East Hartsdale, Hartsdale, New York 
Margot White, 1133 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 
Eleanor Whitney, 141 Ellington, Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
Anne Witteborg, 804 South Madison Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin 



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Class of 1964 



Marion Aldige, 511 Laurel Avenue, Wilmette, Illinois 

Rosilind Jeanne Aldrich, 6 Kingston Avenue, Poughkeepsie, New York 

Florence Anne Aldrich, 6 Kingston Avenue, Poughkeepsie, New York 

Leigh Averill, J.425 Western Avenue Albany, New York 

Nancy P. Baby, 534 Meadow Road, Winnetka, Illinois 

Elsie Jane Bangs, Church Street, Hagaman, New York 

Nancy Beak, 954 Raleigh Road, Glenview, Illinois 

Sue Bellanca, 959 Winona Boulevard, Rochester, New York 

Joanne Belliveau, 30 Pillon Road, Milton, Massachusetts 

Claire Ann Biggan, 1720 Meadow Lane, Deerfield, Illinois 

Nancy C. Bird, 5 Quincy Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland 

Joan E. Bishop, 80 Lexington Street, Woburn, Massachusetts 

Ann Bohnen, 329 East Sixth Street, Hinsdale, Illinois 

Mary Lou Bolan, 58 Edgewood Avenue, West Orange, New Jersey 

Nancy Jane Bowles, 1815 Jody Road, Meadowbrook, Pennsylvania 

Leila Boyle, 805 Riverside Drive, Orange, Connecticut 

Beverly Burke, Defr eestville, R.D. No. 1, Rensselaer, New York 

Jean Lorelle Burke, 55 Heather Drive, East Hills, Roslyn, New York 

Ruth M. Burke, 682 V.F.W. Parkway, West Roxbury, Massachusetts 

Barbara Burns, 4525 Henry Hudson Parkway, Riverdale, New York 

Jane Butler, 244 Nightingale Trail, Palm Beach, Florida 

Margot Butler, 38 East 85 Street, New York, New York 

Kathleen M. Byrne, 2699 Belvoir Boulevard, Shaker Heights, Ohio 

Susan Callander, 139 Mt. Vernon Street, Newtonville, Massachusetts 

Elia Capone, 111 West Avenue, Great Barrington, Massachusetts 

Irene Carlin, Main Street, Sharon, Connecticut 



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Brenda Condrey, 8 Whipple Road, Tewskbury, Massachusetts 

Susan Connelly, 1105 Park Avenue, New York, New York 

Brenda Corcoran, Zero Blanchard Road, Cambridge, Massachusetts 

Barbara E. Corsa, Kenedy Lane, Cold Spring Harbor, L.I., New York 

Margaretta Cox, 11 Sylvan Avenue, Newton, Massachusetts 

Ruth Craddock, 2145 Chestnut Avenue, Newton, Massachusetts 

Ann Marie Creagh, 39 Kenilworth Road, Wellesley, Massachusetts 

Miriam Crowley, 627 Garland Avenue, Winnetka, Illinois 

Jeanne Crofoot, Randon Acres, Fort Crook, Nebraska 

Mary Lou Cunningham, 162 State Street, Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

Ann Curry, 1010 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 

Susan Dale, 46 High Street, Winchester, Massachusetts 

Mary Kathleen D'Aloise, Valley Drive, Greenwich, Connecticut 

Patricia Dane, 1100 Park Avenue, New York, New York 

Carolyn Ann Davis, 310 Farwood Road, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Kathleen Anne Davis, 32 Garfield Avenue, Weymouth, Massachusetts 

Susan Deady, 78 Centre Lane, Milton, Massachusetts 

Karen DeCavalcante, 1301 Morris Road, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania 

Ines de Koning, c/o Wentholt & Company, van Beghenstraat 175, Amsterdam, 

Holland 
Claudette Delaney, 6 Milton Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts 
Dorothy Dempsey, 404 Brush Hill Road, Milton, Massachusetts 
Marietta de Navarre, 404 Lothrop Road, Grosse Pointe, Farms, Michigan 
Ann Marie De Nisco, 24 Monroe Street, Pelham Manor, New York 
Dianne Desmoni, 231 Pondfield Road, Bronxville, New York 
Dorothy L. Dick, 106 Stratmore Drive, Syracuse, New York 
Madeline Ann Dignum, Sage Hill Lane, Albany, New York 
Paula DiTullio, 1604 Centre Street, Roslindale, Massachusetts 
Catherine E. Dolan, 425 Riverside Drive, New York, New York 
Phyllis Donlan, 38 Woodchester Drive, Milton, Massachusetts 
Sheila Donohue, 272 Highland Avenue, West Newton, Massachusetts 
Ellen Donovan, 43 Hazel Street, Milton, Massachusetts 
Sheila Donovan, 2 Henshaw Terrace, West Roxbury, Massachusetts 
Diane Doran, 149 Central Park Drive, Holyoke, Massachusetts 
Mary jjrayne, 661 Valleyview Road, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
Sheila Driscoll, 401 River Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 
Susan Duffy, 125 Ridgewood Avenue, Glen Ridge, New Jersey 
Maribeth Elliott, 2 Sunset Drive, Scarsdale, New York 
Judith Ernst, 931 Plandome Road, Manhasset, Long Island, New York 
Marilyn Fazio, 935 Forest Glen, Winnetka, Illinois 
Maruquita Fernandez-Cuyar, 901 Waymouth Street, Santurce, Puerto Rico 



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Frances Fitzsimmons, 69 Westgate Boulevard, Plandome, New York 
Elizabeth M. Flynn, 1036 Brook Road, Milton, Massachusetts 
Morna Ford, 142 Irving Avenue, South Orange, New Jersey 
Mary Louise Franklin, 26 Cooper's Pond Road, Stamford, Connecticut 
Marcia Fredericks, 4219 Lahser Road, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 
Annette M. Fulham, 7 Arlington Road, Wellesley, Massachusetts 
Rita Garbarini, 956 Edgewood Avenue, Pelham Manor, New York 
Arolyn Garnell, 28 Ferncrest Avenue, Edgewood, Rhode Island 
Judith R. Gentile, 173 Abbott Street, Springfield, Massachusetts 
Maureen Geraty, 237 West 22 Street, Huntington, New York 
Isabel Glasgow, Shepard Hill Road, Newtown, Connecticut 
Mary Goldmann, 329 Carroll Avenue, Mamaroneck, New York 
Sheila M. Gorman, Creole Petroleum Corp., Apartado 172, Maracaibo, 

Venezuela 
Mary A. Hannaberry, 14 Sycamore Street Albany, New York 
Helen E. Hannon, 110 Elgin Street, Newton Center, Massachusetts 
Patricia M. Hanrahan, 2183 Demington Drive, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 
Kathleen T. Hart, 240 Beverly Road, Worcester, Massachusetts 
Amelia Heiskell, 4 Gifford Street, Tuckahoe, New York 
Helen Ann Herbert, 52 Fourth Street, Apt. 42A, No. Arlington, New Jersey 
Marina Hernandez, 141 Callan Avenue, Evanston, Illinois 
Nancy Hilsinger, 107 Wenonah Road, Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
Louise Holmberg, 376 No. Upland Street, Arlington, Virginia 
Marjorie Anne Hussey, 9 Myrtle Street, Augusta, Maine 
Anne Marie Jaap, 5607 Namakogan Road, Washington, D.C. 
Rosaleen Jaros, 18850 South Woodland Road, Shaker Heights, Ohio 
Phyllis A. Kearney, Beech Street, R.D. No. 16, Newbugh, New York 
Mary B. Keegan, 552 Manor Ridge Road, Pelham, New York 
Maureen Kelley, 89 Van Ness Road, Belmont, Massachusetts 
Sheila Ann Kelley, 53 Parkway Crescent, Milton, Massachusetts 
Virginia Diane Kelliher, 109 East Bellevue Place, Chicago, Illinois 
Maureen Kelly, 1239 Elmwood Avenue, Wilmette, Illinois 
Jennifer Kilbourn, 7 Prospect Avenue, Darien, Connecticut 
Mary Helen Killeen, 5328 Russell Avenue, South Minneapolis, Minnesota 
Ruthann Kilroy, 326 Colville Road, Charlotte, North Carolina 
Mary King, 25 East 9th Street, New York, New York 
Karen Kirby, 119 Kilburn Road, Garden City, New York 
Joyce Kneeland, 198 Woodward Street, Waban 68, Massachusetts 
Patricia Ann Kostak, 84 Hendricksen Avenue, Hartford, Connecticut 
Mary Carol Kundtz, 13475 No. Park Boulevard, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 
Mary Jane Larkin, 1337 Morrissey Boulevard, Quincy, Massachusetts 



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Elizabeth Lavery, 66 Waverly Place, Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Sheila Lawlor, 10 Pasho Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

Kathleen Leach, 41 Ripplewater Avenue, Massapequa, New York 

Maureen Leahy, 46 Kenilworth Road, Milton, Massachusetts 

Susan Lee, 26 Amherst Road, Wellesley, Massachusetts 

Jane Lenzini, 771 Deerfield Road, Highland Park, Illinois 

Mary Margaret Liebert, 7503 Clarendon Road, Bethesda, Maryland 

Rosemary Lobes, 254 Bedford Avenue, Mount Vernon, New York 

Sheila Lynch, Bruce Park Drive, Greenwich, Connecticut 

Ann Lyons, 3 Windsor Road, Milton, Massachusetts 

Diane Madden, 457 Dover Road, Bay Village, Ohio 

Susan Madden, 753 West Roxbury Parkway, West Roxbury, Massachusetts 

Brenda Mahoney, 19 Emmonsdale Road, West Roxbury, Massachusetts 

Ameila A. Maine, 29 Orchard Street, Pleasantville, New York 

Louise Majewski, Orchard Lane, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Joanne F. Manning, 5212 Hampden Lane, Bethesda, Maryland 

Linda Maroney, 14 Dartmouth Street, Winchester, Massachusetts 

Marilyn Martin, 17457 Lake Avenue, Lakewood,Ohio 

Virginia McBridge, The Colony, Larchmont, New York 

Eileen McCarthy, 345 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 

Sheila McCarthy, 37 Garfield Road, Melrose, Massachusetts 

Kathleen McCarthy, 3060 South Drive, Allentown, Pennsylvania 

Mary Jane McDonnell, 245 Charles Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts 

Regina McDonnell, 24 Shore Lane, Bayshore, Long Island, New York 

Mary Jo McDonough, 7712 Colonial Road, Brooklyn, New York 

Mary Shay McGuire, 304 Underwood Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

Deborah Ann McKay, 48 Roxe Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Mary Eloise McKeon, Willow Avenue, Little Boars Head, North Hampton, 

New Hampshire 
Gail McKinley, 909 Mt. Pleasant, Winnetka, Illinois 
Alice Ann McLaughlin, 435 School Street, Belmont, Massachusetts 
Catherine McNamara, 270 Lotte Road, Ridgewood, New Jersey 
Carroll Ann Molloy (Bonnie), 445 Burmont Road, Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania 
Bernardine A. Moore, 7 Hesketh Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland 
Frances M. Moore, 14 Potosi Street, Dorchester, Massachusetts 
Judith Ann Moores, 4 Ranger Lane, West Hartford, Connecticut 
Martha M. Morgan, 1035 Park Avenue, New York, New York 
Maureen Moriarty, 240 Old Mill Road, Fairfield, Connecticut 
Austin B. Morrison, 4803 Pocahontas Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 
Paula Mullaney, 280 White Oak Lane, Winetka, Illinois 
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Pamela Nelson, 268 Windsor Avenue, Brightwaters, New York 

Joan F. Nicolaysen, 89 Metropolitan Oval, New York, New York 

Judith Nolan, 110 Hope Street, Stamford, Connecticut 

Susan E. Norton, 3 Sachem Lane, Greenwich, Pennsylvania 

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Alice O'Connor 110 Chestnut Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

Eileen M. O'Connor, 28 Malcolm Road, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 

Carol Anne Odenback, 20 North Country Club Drive, Rochester, New York 

Mary Patricia O'Donnell, 276 Parkview Avenue, Lowell, Massachusetts 

Mary Joyce O'Keefe, 2543 Morse Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 

Loretta O'Keeffe, Century Trail, Harrison, New York 

Mary Ellen Palenchar, 904 Edgewood Avenue, Trenton, New Jersey 

Charlene E. Palladino,64 Locksley Road, Lynnfield, Massachusetts 

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Deidre E. Parker, 55 Butler Street, Kingston, Pennsylvania 

Judith Ann Parder, 110 East End Avenue, New York, New York 

Anne Marie Peckham, 211 Myrtle Street, Rockland, Massachusetts 

Susan Pollock, Brook Lane, Hartsdale, New York 

Toni Pompeo, 28 Marlboro Street, Newton, Massachusetts 

Sheila Power, 298 Tod Lane, Youngstown, Ohio 

Winifred Quinlan, 35 Abbey Place, Yonkers, New York 

Katherine Raleigh, 2429 Newbury Drive, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 

Rosemary Rapp, 11 Country Life Acres, St. Louis, Missouri 

Karen C. Reardon, Pinetree Manor, Oswegatchie, Waterford, Connecticut 

Mary Pat Reardon, 1900 So. First Avenue, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 

Janet P. Regan, 25 Colony Avenue, Warwick, Rhode Island 

Sally Ann Reuter, 1040 Locust Road, Wilmette, Illinois 

Camille Revelle, 1427 Scott Avenue, Winnetka, Illinois 

Patricia Jane Rice, 6624 Kingsbury Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri 

Barbara Richardson, 45 Pondfield Road, West, Bronxville, New York 

Kathleen Riley, 33 Norton Road, Quincy, Massachusetts 

Susan Roy, 39 Bond Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

Marguerite Savard, 1725 Lake Avenue, Wilmette, Illinois 

Elena Schmid, 1820-l6th Avenue, San Francisco, California 

Jill Schoemer, 551 Riverside Drive, North Tarrytown, New York 

Ellen Shaughnessy, 66 Newton Street, Athol, Massachusetts 



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Barbara Smith, 54 Leonard Street, Gloucester, Massachusetts 

Dorothy Carolyn Smith, 10 West Chapel Ridge Road, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Carol Sorace, 16-77 Street, Brooklyn, New York 

Martha Springer, 45 Abingdon Lane, Scarsdale, New York 

Margaret Stokes, 1175 Park Avenue, New York, New York 

Karen Stouter, 661 East 18 Street, Paterson, New Jersey 

Anne E. Sullivan, 40 Homesdale Road, Bronxville, New York 

Jean Sullivan, 197 Nehoiden Road, Waban, Massachusetts 

Judith Sullivan, 759 Wooddale Road, Birmingham, Michigan 

Patricia Sullivan, 1118 Mohawk Road, Wilmette, Illinois 

Gay Anne Telerico, 77 Maple Avenue, Greenwich, Connecticut 

Patricia Thomas, 1014 Starr Road, Winnetka, Illinois 

Barbara Jean Thompson, Birch Lane, Greenwich, Connecticut 

Catherine Urban, 23 Seminole Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 

Rosemarie van Eych, 203 Larchmont Avenue, Larchmont, New York 

Jane Kathryn Verdon, 31 Cortland Place, Cliffside Park, New Jersey 

Jan Vosburgh, 132 Bayberry Lane, Westport, Connecticut 

Rosemary Wall, 25 Hotchkiss Place, Torrington, Connecticut 

Karen Wallace, 26 Braw Burn Road, Milton, Massachusetts 

Vivian Walter, 58 Carthage Road, Scarsdale, New York 

Carol Walton, 25 Chatham Circle, Wellesley, Massachusetts 

Ann Waterman, Round Hill Road, Greenwich, Connecticut 

Priscilla Weinlandt, 14 Stuyvesant Oval, New York, New York 

Celia Welsh, 321 Mallwyd Road, Merion, Pennsylvania 

Ann C Williams, 47 Bond Street, Fhchburg, Massachusetts 

Katharine Wilson, 77 Rockland Avenue, Yonkers 5, New York 

Marsha L. Wilson, Naamans and Ridge Roads, Claymont, Delaware 

Katherine Withers, 6625 Bradley Boulevard, Bethesda, Maryland 

Marianne Young, Hollow Brook Road, Pottersville, New Jersey 

Mary Rose Zaia, 317 Main Street, Oneida, New York 

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Mary Stehling, Literary Editor: Nancy Larkin, Editor-in- 
chief; Sandy Irwin, Art Director; Kathy Hall, Business 
Manager; May Sue Flanagan, Photography Editor. 



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